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The Ship Song Project - Sydney Opera House reinterprets Nick Cave's iconic song. Performed by Neil Finn, Kev Carmody and The Australian Ballet, Sarah Blasko, John Bell, Angus and Julia Stone, Paul Kelly and Bangarra Dance Theatre, Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Opera Australia, Martha Wainwright, Katie Noonan and The Sydney Symphony, The Temper Trap, Daniel Johns and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Directed by Paul Goldman. Arranged by Elliott Wheeler. Photography by Prudence Upton. Watch More Videos on Sydney Opera House Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/sydneyoperahouse You can follow Sydney Opera House on: - Facebook http://on.fb.me/VJbo4k - Twitter http://bit.ly/YUWPLQ - Google+ http://bit.ly/YUWLMl

Tagged under: Nick Cave,Ship Song,Sydney Opera House,Opera History,Photo Gallery,Daniel Johns,Angus Julia Stone,Kev Carmody,Martha Wainwright,The Temper Trap,Sarah Blasko,Katie Noonan,John Bell,Richard Tognetti,Teddy Tahu Rhodes,Australian Chamber Orchestra,Paul Goldman,Elliott Wheeler,Prudence Upton

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